Detroit’s favorite chocolate maker Bon Bon Bon is preparing to open yet another location. The Hamtramck-based chocolate company founded by chocolatier Alexandra Clark is setting up shop in Cass Corridor, the Detroit News reports.
The new chocolate counter will be located at 441 W. Canfield on the same block as Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria & Brewery. This is the third location for Bon Bon Bon, though it’s technically already opened three before. Clark started her retail and mail order bonbon company in 2014 out of a 500-square-foot storefront in Hamtramck. She later added a satellite retail location in downtown Detroit in 2015. Then, two years ago, Bon Bon Bon made the leap from its original shop to a roomier 3,000-square-foot bonbon factory.
The new Cass Corridor shop will feature art from illustrator Michael Eugene Burdick and is expected to sell new products including dog-friendly bonbons called Bones Bones Bones. A portion of the sales from the dog bons will go to support animal rescue charities.
Bon Bon Bon’s Midtown outpost is slated to open on Tuesday, October 8.
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